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headlamp

1. Lighting device fitted to a vehicle and used to provide illumination on the road. 2. A lamp strapped to the forehead of a surgeon or miner, enabling light to be directed where required leaving both hands free.
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The new LED Luminator and LED Rallye 3003 auxiliary headlamps succeed in combining function and design in one product.
Erie contended that Amazon has liability under Maryland law because it was the seller of the headlamp.
"Hyundai Mobis will continue its efforts to develop new technology and materials for headlamps for cars of the future."
The Nightstick NSP-4603B is a dual-brightness headlamp ideal for professionals in need of long-distance site for an extended period of time.
Some of the purest white headlamps are about 6,000 degrees Kelvins, which created a temporary problem for surgeons.
After climbing down in the inky dark, I found my arrow with the aid of my headlamp and confirmed what I already knew--guts!
The technology provides extra illumination in dark conditions, following the curves of the road, and is identifiable by a distinctive headlamp graphic.
The system uses a camera to detect the headlamps of oncoming vehicles or the taillights of cars ahead, and turns off only the light-source block which is illuminating in the specific direction of the other vehicles.
In addition, the Discovery SE Tech gets ultra-bright xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lights while the higher grade HSE models will now come with 20-inch alloy wheels as standard.
The amount of sign luminance provided by sign lighting and roadway lighting is easier to be measured as they mostly provide diffuse lights to the sign, but it is harder to quantify the reflected lights from adjacent vehicle headlamps to the sign.
Most headlamps with separate battery compartments feature an overhead strap, but not this one, so some shifting can occur unless you've got the single headband brain-crushingly tight.